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Denmark’s Social Democrats win backing from partners to form new government

Three left-wing parties in Denmark are backing the centre-left Social Democrats to form a one-party minority government.

The deal would make the Social Democrats’ leader, 41-year-old Mette Frederiksen, the country’s youngest prime minister after the left-leaning party won the June 5 election.

The Social Democrats won by embracing restrictive immigration policies, a pragmatic tactic that involved returning to the party’s anti-migrant roots after two decades of relatively more liberal policies.

Denmark’s largest party had been in opposition for the past four years.

Despite differences over welfare and immigration, the left-leaning parties want to back Ms Frederiksen, who is expected to form a government in the next few days.

Mette Frederiksen (Mads Claus Rasmussen/AP)

Minority Cabinets are common in Denmark.

Ms Frederiksen admitted it would be a “tough and difficult task”.

“These are four very different parties, and no doubt parties with major disagreements on several political issues,” she said after 21 days of talks with the Social People’s Party, the Red Green Unity List and the centrist Social Liberals.

Ms Frederiksen said the deal identified several goals, including promoting integration in Denmark and reversing the previous government’s decision not to accept any refugees under a UN quota system.

The UN refugee agency has made deals with countries, including Denmark, to take in refugees.

Since 1989, Denmark has accepted about 500 such refugees every year.

The government also wants to fight plastic pollution and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70% ahead of 2030, a goal praised by Greenpeace.

Leaders of left-wing parties in Denmark say they will back the centre-left Social Democrats (Mads Claus Rasmussen/AP)

The four Danish parties also agreed to drop plans to put rejected asylum-seekers and foreigners convicted of crimes on a tiny island that formerly housed facilities for researching contagious animal diseases.

They also would reverse some austerity measures in health care and education.

Inger Stoejberg, the outgoing immigration minister known for being a hardliner, criticised the Social Democrats for striking a deal that compromised their self-declared tough immigration stance.

They had promised “a strict immigration policy” but “one can’t trust” them, she said.

The June 5 elections for Denmark’s 179-seat Folketing, or Parliament, dealt a blow to the populist, anti-immigration Danish People’s Party, which had been supporting Denmark’s centre-right prime minister, who resigned.

Former prime minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen failed to keep a majority in parliament after his allies saw their vote share plunge to 8.7% in the June election from 21.1% in 2015.

Is this a Democrat who wants to be president or a stock photo?
Photograph: Robert Daly/Getty

The Democrat party has put forward its most diverse group of candidates ever for the 2020 election. But it’s also the largest in recent memory. In a crowded field of 20 contenders who will be taking to the debate stage this week, standing out and gaining recognition will be key.

There is a clear group of frontrunners including Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. But running at the bottom of the polls are a group of candidates who have made little public impact and remain mostly unknown.

Without Googling, can you tell difference between these Democratic hopefuls and random people posing in stock photos?

  1. Is he an experienced prosecutor pushing for gun control or a man in a stock photo?

    1. Stock photo

    2. Eric Swalwell

    3. Andrew Yang

    4. John Hickenlooper

  2. Is this a senator who calls for more tech in the economy or someone working in the stock photo industry?

    1. Stock photo

    2. William F Weld

    3. Julián Castro

    4. Michael Bennet

  3. Does he support abolishing the electoral college or is he posing for a photo that can be licensed out to publishers?

    1. Stock photo

    2. Tulsi Gabbard

    3. Jay Inslee

    4. Wayne Messam

  4. Does she oppose the death penalty or is she a woman posing for a stock photo?

    1. Stock photo

    2. Marianne Williamson

    3. Kirsten Gillibrand

    4. Amy Klobuchar

  5. What about this man? A real 2020 candidate or a stock photo model?

    1. Stock photo

    2. Joe Biden

    3. Tim Ryan

    4. Pete Buttigieg

  6. Does he consider himself a ‘pragmatic idealist’ or is he a stock photo business man?

    1. Stock photo

    2. Andrew Yang

    3. Eric Swalwell

    4. John Delaney

  7. Is he looking to increase infrastructure spending or is he a stock photo?

    1. Stock photo

    2. Micheal Bennet

    3. Corey Booker

    4. John Hickenlooper

  8. Is he looking to renegotiate trade deals or is he modeling for a stock photo?

    1. Stock photo

    2. John Delaney

    3. Tim Ryan

    4. Beto O'Rourke

  9. Is he campaigning for a green economy or is he just a guy in a stock photo?

    1. Stock photo

    2. Jay Inslee

    3. Wayne Messam

    4. Bernie Sanders

Solutions

1:B - The California representative’s slogan is 'Go Big. Be Bold. Do Good.’ He has qualified for the primary debates., 2:D - Artificial intelligence and increasing infrastructure spending, could benefit the economy, he believes., 3:A - Correct. Pete Buttigieg has said he would support abolishing the electoral college. , 4:B - She believes 'we need a moral and spiritual awakening in the country’., 5:A - A discerning eye you’ve got. , 6:D - Both, actually. John Delaney co-founded two companies that were traded on the New York Stock Exchange., 7:A - Right-o, 8:C - Once pro-life, he changed his position and now considers abortion a 'personal choice’., 9:B - The Washington state candidate has climate and environment at the center of his agenda.

Scores

  1. 7 and above.

    Eagle eye!!

  2. 3 and above.

    You’ll have to pay attention in this week’s debate.

  3. 0 and above.

    Not your fault. It’s hard to tell whose 'presidential’ these days.

U.S. pushes Middle East economic plan in face of Palestinian disdain and doubts

The Trump administration sought on Wednesday to win support for an economic plan it says will be a foundation for Israeli-Palestinian peace but which Palestinians and many other Arabs dismiss as pointless without a political solution to the decades-old conflict.

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Russia says plane in Venezuela carried rotation of military specialists: TASS

Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that the Russian air force plane that landed in Venezuela this week was carrying a rotation of military specialists but that their number in the country had not increased, TASS news agency reported.

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Spain's Sanchez will go ahead with PM confirmation vote, risking new elections

Spain’s acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will on Tuesday set a date for a parliamentary vote on whether he can stay on in the role, a Socialist party source said, as talks to form a government with its closest ally have stalled.

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